Photo courtesy of “Blessingster”.
Found in Taiwan.
That’s how you speak after eating the peppers.
Came before the Whit Albert
Which one played the hearp?
Loney Tunes. That’s all, folks!
We hope your or injure the shoe
To be played at 39.5 rpm. Counterclockwise.
Tha’ts Chairman Mao’s picture at the bottom of the cover.
A splebdid pime is guaranpeed for all!
The translator must have been “getting high with a little help from (his) friends”. It’s right there on the drum cover!
I think I’ll have me some Dr. Peppeb ta drink while I listen…
The translator should have asked for “Help!”
I’ll take “Lost in Translation” for $300, Alex…
…And the answer is: “What happens when a translator is far too focused on their Norwegian Wood to type accurately.”
Now we know how many spelling errors it takes to fill the Albert Hall.
@Long Tom 1302.
Dunno. You’ll have to ask Dr. Spooneb.
Let me introduce to you, the one and only Birry Shreas…
Too much Henry the Horse.
@Pete 0943..I don’t know. I taught mine to type.
That is why it makes so many errors….It doesn’t really have the head for such mundane tasks.
@Marum | 4:11 pm: I think you’ve given us the explanation for Trump’s tweets!
@Droll not Troll 4:15 am: Paul would be playing the hearp.(and recorded by electronic voice projection, too.)
Lucy in the Ski Lodge with Diamonds
I’d like to be
In an Octopus’ flat
On Penny Lane.
@Pete 1949. Whate’er yer drinkin – send me some laddie.
I have only mundane stuff, like single-malt Scotch Whisky….Which of course, only makes me quote from Burns at Hogmanay for instance
Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face,
Great Chieftain o’ the Puddin-race!
Aboon them a’ ye tak your place,
Painch, tripe, or thairm:
Weel are ye wordy of a grace
As lang ‘s my arm.
I smell Norwegian Wood burning.
That’s just me. folks!